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Quantum heart

the physics and the physical
just seem chaotic and quizzical
hard to wrap your heart around
an get your mind on solid ground

feel warm sunshine on watered face
warping thoughts through time and space
take any insanity to the brink
love is nearer than you think

from the grave back to the cradle
enjoy the days as you are able
know the obscure and unfathomable
the last day we have is unknowable

water and tolerance flow downhill
days spent learning and loving fulfill
the smallest quantity can be the point
like oil on water, we quietly anoint

purpose of love we know in heart
wisdom and truth to know and impart
come and offer as you are able
your spiritual gifts at life's table

© agoodguy2have 2010-04-24
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Posted: Apr 2010

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trurorobonline today!
very true and very enjoyable, ah lifes enigmas!
agoodguy2have - oh wow! love this one my friend!! science and spirituality unite!teddybear
Great flow, rhyme and wisdom goodguy.
Hi, agoodguy2have,
Thank you for sharing your spiritual gifts at life's table! I was intrigued by from the grave back to the cradle and thought of how love shared does revive us. Enjoyed the read.
"take any insanity to the brink love is nearer than you think", Ok, Good guy, you've inspired me to give the blond yet another chance, when we're together, its great, but then she does not call me for 2 more weeks, and so the 'dance' goes, 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off, what's the deal ladies? advice? anyone?

lol, very nice, thanks friend...
I tend to be such a 'shy and reticent' individual, I have a 'devil-of-a-time' 'chasing' a woman, know what I mean? When does one give-up? Sigh...
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